A Travel Pillow Inspired by Massage Chairs; New Yorkers Really Like to Sit By the Subway Doors

Posted On Tue, March 8, 2016 By

Posted On Tue, March 8, 2016 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Mapping the hidden rivers of Brooklyn. [Harper’s]
  • Inspired by portable massage chairs, this inflatable travel pillow rests on the seat-back tray so you can rest your head facing forward. [Contemporist]
  • An eight-part podcast called “There Goes the Neighborhood” will focus on Brooklyn gentrification. [Bed Stuy Blog]
  • According to a survey of 7,000 subway riders, New Yorkers make a bee-line for seats near the train doors. [DNAinfo]
  • “Mark the Dog Guy” grooms shelter dogs for free in the hopes they’ll get adopted. [CBC]
  • How Manischewitz defined an era of Brooklyn industry. [Brownstoner]

Woollip Travel Pillow (L)



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